The word "Incense" comes from the Latin term "incendre", which means "to burn". They are composed of aromatic biotic materials that produce aromatic smoke when burned. They are used in religious ceremonies, ritual purification, aromatherapy, meditation, for changing mood and masking unpleasant odors. Our scents do NOT contain any research chemicals. These are not to be confused with "spice", "k2" or "herbal blends" Consult your healthcare provider before use.
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What is Amber Resin?
Amber Resin is a natural aromatic made from fossilized tree resin that's not to be confused with sap. We only support suppliers who ethically harvest and distribute
this resin with full respect to future generations of this holy and most sacred tree. It's not only used as an incense but also valued as a gemstone, made
into jewelry, and used as a holistic medicine. Certain cultures prize this resin as a talisman. It has been used in the production of perfumes, and as a sacred and
holy healing medicine throughout history.
Holy scents are thought to stimulate the pineal gland ( third eye ), increase spiritual vibrations and enhance an overall sense of relaxation and well being.
It's no wonder that cultures have embraced the use of these holy aromatherapy tools for centuries. They have discovered the value of these sacred gems far before the modern world
of science has stepped in to play its role in actually understanding how they work. Today phytochemist and other branches of chemistry and science have taken a closer
look under the surface of these frgrant gifts.
Amber Resin Usage
It's well known throughout history. Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 – August 25, AD 79), also known as Pliny the Elder, was a Roman author, naturalist, and
philosopher. Pliny states that this scent is found in Egypt and India. He also says that it possesses electrostatic properties. Electrostatics is a branch of physics that
examines the phenomena and properties of stationary or slow-moving electrical charges that have no acceleration. This is a very fascinating indeed.
The fragrant gem has even been used to flavor liquor. It has been popular among human beings sense the stone age. Ornaments of it have been found in Mycenaean tombs
and other places across Europe as well. In ancient times of Hippocrates this aromatic was used for treating a wide variety of ailments. The ancient Chinese would even burn
Amber during large festivities.
The sappy resin can be burned for its smell, to cover up fowl odors, repel insects, as a spiritual catalyst, in aromatherapy, meditation, or for pure enjoyment. They have been
used by the Chinese sense 2000 BC for religious purposes. Korean Buddhist monks would use fragrant-scents for their mystical aromas and for purification rites. They are
valuable tools for stimulating the life-force or "chi" in human beings. They can lift your mood, elevate inner awareness, and bring forth powerful shifts in
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